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FPL 2022/23: Best captain picks gameweek 7

Week seven of the Premier League season kicks off on Saturday the 10th of September.

The Fantasy Premier League deadline for gameweek 7 is 11:00 am UK time on Saturday.

One of the most important aspects of FPL is picking your captain each week. Whoever you select as your captain with earn double their standard score, or triple it if you chose to play your triple captain chip, which you can do once per season.

But deciding on your captain each week can be a very tough decision that can make or break your game week.

With this in mind, 101GreatGoals will be providing you with an insight into the best captain picks for every game week this season.

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Best FPL captains gameweek 7

Erling Haaland vs Tottenham (12.0)

Tottenham have an excellent record when facing Manchester City in recent times, winning four of the last five league meetings between the two sides.

However, as was shown vs Crystal Palace, Erling Haaland looks to have given Manchester City the edge when facing teams they have previously struggled against.

Gabriel Jesus vs Everton (8.1)

Arsenal have been playing some very nice football this season. Even against Manchester United when they lost 3-1, they looked the better side for large periods.

One of the key reasons for this has been the on and off-the-ball movement of Gabriel Jesus.

The Brazilian’s desire to run at defenders this season has seen him create countless chances for himself and his teammates, and he is likely to be amongst the goals this weekend when Arsenal face an Everton side struggling for form.

Ivan Toney vs Southampton (7.2)

Ivan Toney hit three past Leeds United in gameweek six of the Premier League season.

The Bees striker has looked sharp all season and he finally got his reward vs the Peacocks. Brentford are now set to face Southampton in GW7.

The Saints have had an ok start to the campaign, but their defence is very much lacking. They are yet to keep a clean sheet in the Premier League and have the joint-fourth worst defensive record in the division.

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